Talk:List of dates predicted for apocalyptic events

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Half of the Light from the Sun That Normally Reaches the Earth Will Not Reach Earth in 1985[edit]

Not sure if this qualifies for this page or not- here's a modern article talking about Life magazine in 1970[1] (seems more exaggerated than the actual claim?) and here's what I could find in Life magazine [2] page 22. I leave this in your hands, but let me know if I can help. Geographyinitiative (talk) 11:03, 14 November 2020 (UTC)


I suggest that you will add the date of the year 2043 and specifically 5 at february 2043 which is mentioned as the date of the end of the world because of world war with Chinese-north Korean. As was claimed at 1999 by team of professionals discovered predictions of world events spelled out in Revelation by correlating numerical values with letters of the Hebrew alphabet. in the book which was originally published at french at 1999

Les Secrets de l'Apocalypse: Les Prophéties révélées de dernier livre de la Bible

and in English : Cracking the Apocalypse Code by Gerard Bodson ( Element Books Ltd.2001) — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2a00:a040:199:f2cf:d91b:42c3:cea:2d1c (talk) 23:55, 19 November 2020 (UTC)

2022 prophecy[edit]

According to the Daly Mail Rabbi Yosef Berger of King David's Tomb in Mount Zion, Jerusalem, had predicted in 2017 that the Meshiach might return in 2022. He bases this belief on two factors: • Rabbi Moses ben Maimon, known by the acronym Rambam, predicted in the 12th century that a bright star would appear in the sky just before his return.

• Some astronomers have predicted that two stars in the Northern Cross will collide in 2022. This will cause an explosion so powerful that it will be visible on Earth without a telescope. • — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2A00:A040:199:F2CF:D0CC:D7E3:CED:149A (talk) 02:47, 1 December 2020 (UTC)

Please read WP:DAILYMAIL. That website is not considered a reliable source by Wikipedia. You'll need to find a better source before we even start considering this. Damien Linnane (talk) 21:59, 15 December 2020 (UTC)

2239 Prophecy[edit]

Regarding the 2239 prophecy for which the claimant is listed as "Talmud, Orthodox Judaism," the source cited in footnote 3 does not support this at all. The article specifies that this claim was made by 18th century rabbi Elijah ben Solomon Zalman (aka "The Vilna Gaon"). The claimant of this needs to be changed.

The 2239 propecy of the Gaon of Vilna is a far more complex matter then can be understude from that source article. Most of the subject on this matter is in Hebrew only and is part of a great controvercy among reaserchers. To make complex matters short this prophecy is just a ( small )part of a thousend years plan which was made by the Gaon of Vilnas at the 18 cerntury.

the 2239 date is mearly a small part of it and the plan is supposed to continue for thousends of years more  for the  POST MESSIHA age . 

So it is not e end of the world propecy. A israeli resasercher think that this thousend year plan of the Vilna Gaon was the inspiration beyond the sf series of Asimov Foundation which describe a somwhat similar thousend year plan.#

Asimov family was of lituanian  jews who had know the pupiles of the Vilna Gaon . so he had known about it.

you can read about about the Vilna Gaon thousend year plan with google translator here : [3]

And about Asimov connection to it here : [4]

AND HERE [5] — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2A00:A040:199:F2CF:7452:9EF6:A677:DCA7 (talk) 02:28, 1 January 2021 (UTC)

That website you keep citing fails WP:RS. You'll need to find a reliable source before we start considering your proposed changes. Damien Linnane (talk) 22:13, 1 February 2021 (UTC)